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Forum Post: New England Draft Needs
Posted 04/04/2014 12:35:30 EDT
Forum Post: What is the best draft pick/trade/signing the Pats have made?
Posted 04/04/2014 12:25:05 EDT
1973 - NE had three picks in the first round and they selected John Hannah, Sam Cunningham, and Darryl Stingley. Overall they drafted well in the first rounds of the 1970s. It is their best first rou more »
Forum Post: Who do you want NE to draft in Rd 1?
Posted 03/22/2014 06:12:34 EDT
The best DT available but I fear it will be Jeremy Deering.
Forum Post: Armond Armstead on track
Posted 03/18/2014 10:26:27 EDT
I believe the answer is coming in the first round: (1) Louis Nix 6'2" 331#, but he has a knee injury' (2) Ra'Shede Hageman 6'6" 310#; (3) Timmy Jerrigan 6'2" 300#
I think it will be Hageman.
Forum Post: Please tell me something
Posted 03/15/2014 12:30:31 EDT
Maybe BB is not calling the shots
Forum Post: BB determined to deny ring for Wes Welker
Posted 03/14/2014 02:21:33 EDT
1. not meant to be taken seriously or literally
2. amusing; humorous
3. lacking serious intent
Posted 03/13/2014 10:36:33 EDT
Signed with Broncos, bad mouthed the coach, took Taliban out with questionable hit, Broncos beefing it up..Pats sign Revis, Browner, ask VW to restructure to sign a WR...is BB determined to see to it more »
Forum Post: Elway Vs. Belichick approach
Posted 03/12/2014 07:17:56 EDT
In 2012 Broncos signed Manning to a 5 year $96m contract. His cap hit is $17.5m in 2014 and $21.5m in 2014 and 2015. He is guaranteed $20m in 2014 after passing his physical. This season they signed t more »
Forum Post: Trading a player, like Amendola
Posted 03/01/2014 11:39:29 EST
There is a rumor that Ravens are interested in acquiring Amendola for a late round draft choice, 6th or 7th round. Pats are considering trade with Ravens if they believe they can also cut Edelman and more »
Forum Post: Steve Gregory cut
Posted 02/28/2014 05:44:54 EST
Perhaps a strong safety prospect was noticed in Indy who they expect to be available in the draft. Elsewise, unless AW returns the move just doesn't make sense since it isn't that much money.
Forum Post: Hernandez: No weapon, No Motive and Now No Witnesses.
Posted 02/08/2014 01:04:04 EST
Interesting question. I doubt his contract with the Patriots is specific as to the reason for termination without compensation and it is probably written broad enough to protect the organization's fin more »
Forum Post: So, the PATS do not win a SB and now need to "learn" something from Seattle?
Posted 02/04/2014 12:30:48 EST
If the Broncos had own then it would have been "The Patriots need to learn a few things from the Broncos".....he has nothing else to write about
Forum Post: SB XLVIII Game Day Thread - Denver Broncos Vs. Seattle Seahawks
Posted 02/02/2014 07:41:47 EST
Did Manning close his eyes on that pick? It looked like he closed his eyes for the throw anticipating the hit. Could be wrong but it looked that way. Anyone see it?
Forum Post: Never another Lombardi,
Posted 01/20/2014 01:26:55 EST
Babe is correct in his analysis but I differ with him as to the reason. I believe BB and TB will go down in the history as one of the best head coaches/quarterback duos in the game. They are both very more »
Forum Post: BB relationship with Rutgers and Tampa Bay coach
Posted 01/19/2014 09:10:20 EST
I am wiser, but who will listen? What does this team need to improve...WR, TE, OT, OG, C, DE, DT, CB, S...some multiple. It isn't all coming next year. By the time the pieces are put together for a se more »
Forum Post: Patriots vs Broncos Game Thread
Posted 01/19/2014 06:25:17 EST
The league is built for parity. Years of winning results in a pool of less talented players. It is what it is. This team has no depth at skilled positions and overrated players as starters. This is mo more »
Posted 01/19/2014 05:45:19 EST
Except for the kicking game, all facets of the team grades an F today. It is not fun to watch, as a fan of the team
Posted 01/19/2014 04:33:50 EST
Ball travels a little further in mile high air. Need to make adjustment for second half. But this game looks over. Can't run it...no ball control....and the defense looks like a bunch of Rutgers playe more »
Forum Post: Does it matter which end of the horse is on the helmet?
Posted 01/16/2014 09:53:50 EST
I read in SI that the Pats don't belong in this game. WW is boasting in Denver that the Broncos will lift the AFC trophy above their collective heads, as if it is no contest. The orange team is confid more »
Posted 09/19/2013 04:22:13 EDT
We shall see who is wiser as the season progresses.
Posted 09/19/2013 04:15:55 EDT
LOL....McCourty, Ryan, Harmon, Beauharnais, Harrison,..& Francis, Haslam, Jones... BB's drafting as a GM is lately fixed upon defensive players from Rutgers, or so it seems, and my opinion is the sele more »
Posted 09/19/2013 01:58:57 EDT
BB's son went to Rutgers and played as a walk-on long snapper for the Scarlet Knights beginning in 2011. During visits to watch his son practice and play BB met and became friends with the team's head more »
Forum Post: Brandon Llyod and the Ref with a Short fuse.
Posted 01/14/2013 11:07:58 EST
He was penalized because he felt he was interfered with by the defensive player. He got up and yelled, "what, are you blind?" at the ref, then he threw the ball hard. After the ref missed the ball, Ll more »
Forum Post: WHY was Woodhead the esclusive RB in OT? Worst game I've seen in a while
Posted 10/21/2012 09:43:51 EDT
Including PAT, offense scored 17 points during regulation time. Special teams scored 7 points. Defense was credited with 2 points. 17 points isn't going to cut it. They are blowing leads and it is tou more »
Posted 10/21/2012 08:23:54 EDT
I agree. McDaniels' game plans are less than thrilling...too predictable and conservative. He is one of the big changes since last year that isn't working. Lloyd is not the #1 WR. The secondary plays more »